Question about MSI A6200038US Notebook
If you aren't knowledgeable in disassembling a laptop, then I would encourage you to take it or send it to a computer shop. I usually charge $110 - $130 to do this type of repair\servicing. I've had lots of customers who've done the same thing you did, and then try to take apart their laptop to clean\repair it. They almost always end up breaking something; which ends up costing them more for me to buy the part, fix it, and re-assemble the entire thing. If you decide to do this on your own, then be sure that you have something that you can keep all of the little screws in and have them labeled so that you know where they go when you put the computer back together. More than likely your laptop is going to need an new motherboard put in it. You can expect that to run you at least $250. -madhatter639
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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